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The side effects certainly can get better if you give the medication more time. Everybody's body is a little different...some people adjust within a few days....others take a few weeks...there can also be changes over the months on a certain dose.
I would recommend continuing to give this medicine time....but to go up with the dose slowly...and to only go up if you feel like you need more for the anxiety.
Also, occasionally a low dose of wellbutrin can decrease sexual side effects of other antidepressants. I have even heard of 1 patient in whom buspar had a similar effect.
If for some reason the side effects don't go away, your doctor and you will need to decide whether you should just cope with the effects or try something different. I hope this helps. Good luck & take care.
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